About 1,000 people joined the mid-morning rally at City Hall, featuring music, speeches from community leaders, and a celebrity appearance.
Protesters gathered at UN Plaza to demand justice for George Floyd, who was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis, and for other African-American victims of police violence.
Nearly 10,000 people marched in support of women's rights on Saturday.
The 36th annual street fair brought 400,000 BDSM, kink, leather and fetish enthusiasts to the streets of San Francisco.
Dancing, drag queens and fabulous costumes filled the streets of Oakland this weekend for the 10th annual Pride parade and festival.
Check out the procession of floats, music, dancers, and entertainment depicting rich multicultural themes.
Take a photo tour of this year's festival, which marked 50 years of celebrations in Japantown.
An estimated 60,000 people marched in the streets of San Francisco on Saturday.
This year's window centers on a murderous beauty queen with a crown of bones.
Fleet Week celebrates the rich naval tradition in the Bay Area, with the air shows drawing over a million people.
Scenes from 2018 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival
Here's a peek at some of the 400,000 attendees as they strut their stuff in their most outrageous leather, rubber and fetish attire.
San Franciscans gathered to honor the famed festival with a 21-piece oompah band, German food and of course, ice-cold beer.
This year's colorful event featured a parade, live entertainment, art, authentic Chinese food and drink and live music.
Take a peek inside the city's Italian heritage festival, from dancing to food to vintage cars.
Here's a photo tour of what went down at yesterday's Pride parade and festival in Oakland.
Speakers and supporters gathered at Civic Center yesterday to mark the global celebration.
The 2018 Chinese Lunar New Year Parade attracted an estimated 1.2 million celebrants.
Our photographer was on hand for the 2018 anniversary march.
Local nominees for the 2018 Grammy Awards include J Boog, Kehlani, Ledisi, Metallica, Sarah McLachlan and Taj Majal.
The event featured live performances by Alicia Keys and Lenny Kravitz, followed by an after-party with will.i.am and MC Hammer.
The rink is holding special events like Drag Queens on Ice, a Silent Disco Skate Party, and 80's-themed Flashback Fridays.
An estimated 15,000 celebrants gathered to observe one of the city's most colorful festivals.
Each year, Scott Liapis turns 4170 17th St. into a literal house of horrors.
More than 60,000 people were expected at the celebration, which honors the memories of the departed.